If you crossed a Super Soaker with a paintball gun, you’d get this wild creation from our friend Mark Rober: a crazy weapon that shoots out streams of paint like a Super Soaker would shoot out water.
Nerf's latest round of Super Soakers blast water further and more accurately than ever when it's throwdown time, as you might expect. But we put them through their paces just in case.
The actual summer months might be drawing to a close, but thanks to LA-based DKNG Studios, you can preserve some of that warm weather fun with these awesome prints featuring comprehensive illustrations of the Nerf and Super Soaker product lines.
The Fresno Police busted 54-year-old Randy Smith for strutting around Fresno with a homemade shotgun hidden in the plastic shell of a Super Soaker. Look at this guy. That dude walking around with a plastic toy. How could that arouse suspicion?
Filed in things I'm going to do when I'm a dad: when my lazy punk of a son refuses to get out of bed, he's going to get shot with a super soaker. With no mom in sight, he's dead meat.
The Xploderz water gun brings all the hurt of a paintball gun, but no mess. Instead, when that pellet tags you, you're greeted with a blast of water. Which probably feels quite refreshing in warm weather.
You had a few too many while out one night, and you told all your friends they should totally come over for a Memorial Day pool party. Only problem is, you don't have a pool. DON'T PANIC! This week's Toolkit will give you everything you need to throw a pool-less pool party.
This dude, for some unholy reason, owns every Super Soaker ever. I can't imagine anyone being insane enough to hunt down some 1988 special edition Super Soaker, but evidently, this guy is. Sure, this ventures into the world of strange, but we all have our own unhealthy obsessions, right?[Electro^Plankton via Geekologie